LastPass vs 1Password 2020
LastPass and 1Password are two of the biggest names in password managers, but which should you choose?
Passwords are an inescapable part of internet life, whether you’re shopping, checking email or on Facebook. They’re the unsung heroes of our privacy online — the last digital barrier that stops others from accessing our personal and financial data. But according to research, the average person has 27 passwords to memorize. And they can be a hassle to reset. This is where password managers come in. They take away the guesswork and alleviate the stress of forgetting, protecting and remembering all your passwords for you. They can also work across multiple devices, so whether you’re on your laptop, tablet or phone, you’ll be covered.
Password managers automatically store all of your logins- meaning you’ll never have the stress of resetting forgotten details again. We take a look at how safe it is to store all of your passwords in once place.